The endangered glutes! Why are they not firing and what to do about it. There’s a fairly obvious giveaway about the importance of our gluteal muscles; they are rather big! Having a big, powerful set of muscles such as the glutes should indicate to us that, through our evolution, the body has developed a demand […]
Nice read on how we train in different environments and if they have useful carry over. Have a read here.
Have a look at the following link and watch the video. It highlights the importance of free flowing movement without bracing anything and setting your ‘integrated’ system free and be proprioceptively challenged. It will still takes years to undo the dated ideas of the CORE and TVA etc, but I am hoping that more and more […]
Treating the patient and not the scan does certainly happen….A recent study has shown that there are many patients with hip pathology such a labral tears etc who are asymptomatic. See link BUT… it is important to remember that it is unlikely that a hip would be scanned unless the patient displays symptoms that warrants imaging….. […]
Proprioception Proprioception could be looked at as one of the inner ‘controllers’ of our body! You get great proprioceptive training for free if you do authentic Functional Exercise. Proprioceptors provide us with information about movement and the position of our head, limbs and body in time and space. Their aim is to protect our body […]
The first affiliated CrossFit (CF) gym was opened in Santa Cruz in 1995 and was founded and developed by the coach Greg Glassman. Over his years of watching the fitness industry, his idea was to create versatile athletes (gymnastics and weightlifting) through primal movements and intense training. It has since gained worldwide momentum and a […]